“The cattle feeding business has become extremely technical these days, with trace minerals measured in the parts per million,” Biegert says.
“Our product is designed to balance out the ration and give cattle exactly what they need to enhance performance. It’s based on scientific data, so feeders can do more with less for a profitable outcome.”
Biegert says his goal in life is to leave the world better than he found it, and that extends well beyond his family and the beef industry he loves.
He and Sally are active benefactors of the Cathedral Home for Children in Laramie, Wy., where troubled kids find a healing environment and a fresh start. Both have served as board members, relishing the opportunity to help young people change their situation. The Biegerts sponsor the annual banquet, often attended by alumni who share their stories of success. “It chokes us up more times than not,” Biegert says. “Our youth are the future of our country, of our world. We need to take care of them and start them out right.”
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